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Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by labas370(f): 11:22am On May 23 
This is my second Topic. And as part of supporting my fellow engineering students, that are at home due to COVID19, I will try to make us busy while earning little money. The first 3 people to get the answers correctly before 11:59pm Nigerian time will get €20 each. I have included the answers, what I need from you are the steps. 1 Like 1 Share

Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by labas370(f): 11:28am On May 23 
@Sanquine you are needed here. 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by labas370(f): 11:34am On May 23 
Will be checking this topic every 30 mins.. 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by labas370(f): 12:02pm On May 23 
Still waiting 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by Ejusni(m): 12:11pm On May 23 
Is that calculation for centre of gravity? Besides that's strength of materials... I can solve the one for centre of gravity but not reinforcement, I haven't been taught that yet. 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by Ejusni(m): 12:15pm On May 23 
Also in the first pic you wrote "resistance" and I don't understand what you mean. On a second thought and after going through your previous post it seems his question is more CIVIL engineering and I'm a mechanical engineering student.. no wonder the question seemed odd 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by labas370(f): 12:29pm On May 23 
It's not center of gravity. It's about Tbeam Reinforcement. Ejusni: 1 Like 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by labas370(f): 12:30pm On May 23 
Yes.. it's for civil/structural engineering students. Ejusni: 1 Like 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by dejt4u(m): 12:45pm On May 23 
labas370:hmmmmm 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by labas370(f): 1:16pm On May 23 
Still waiting for solved answers 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by Mykel51(m): 2:01pm On May 23 
labas370: Please can you expanciate on what you mean by the calculation scheme drawing ? Do you mean the stress block ? 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by manuel4real(m): 2:19pm On May 23 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by Rgade: 2:23pm On May 23 
Op, are those points that you're writing as commas? Eg. In Nigeria it's 0.3 NOT 0,3. Just clarifying. What country are you typing from? Anyway I would have solved it, but during strength of materials classes, I used to sneak out of class to eat okpa and coke 2 Likes 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by labas370(f): 3:05pm On May 23 
Yes. The stress block diagram. Mykel51: 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by labas370(f): 3:08pm On May 23 
Lol.. yes those commas are . 0,06m is 0.06m. And using the normal EUROCODE Rgade: 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by Mykel51(m): 3:23pm On May 23 
labas370: An using the BS code... getting different values... Kindly recheck the parameters you gave especially that concrete strength... 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by Rgade: 3:28pm On May 23 
labas370:Ok, I thought so. 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by boscho(m): 3:49pm On May 23 
My own problem is assurance of getting d prize u mentioned, I will do it easily 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by labas370(f): 3:53pm On May 23 
You don't need to use the BS code.. the all the needed informations I gave. Send the pic of the one you solved with the BS code. Mykel51: 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by labas370(f): 3:59pm On May 23 
The concrete strength you don't need to convert it. They have already been converted. Fcd and Fyd.. so just use them as they are there.. but what I might add to help your calculations... I will try to add the photo. Mykel51: 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by Mykel51(m): 4:08pm On May 23 
labas370: Ok

Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by labas370(f): 4:13pm On May 23 
I have shown how I got {lim = 0.617 And I have included the formula to help you solve the remaining... Let me know if you need any more information. Mykel51:

Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by labas370(f): 4:17pm On May 23 
I will give the price as long as it's within the timeframe I gave. And the answers are correct. boscho: 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by Mykel51(m): 4:26pm On May 23 
labas370: Oh, I see where the issue is...I am using a formula totally different from this. I first checked if the S was within the flange. When I confirmed it wasn't, I then carried out a resolution to determine the Fcw to get the new S and X value. Design of Structural Elements by Mosley is my reference here... The formula above for X is not clear enough. Please can you rewrite it in a bigger way.

Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by labas370(f): 4:51pm On May 23 
Ok. Mykel51: 1 Like

Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by Loris576(m): 10:03am On May 24 
labas370:Is it still on ? I can solve it I wont want to miss the 20 euros 
Re: Engineering Students, Can You Solve This? by labas370(f): 10:16am On May 24 
Okay. I will try to extend it till end of today. Loris576: 
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